By Moroso

A seat and its double: on the one hand it contains and protects, on the other it relaxes and welcomes. A striking ambivalence that artificially separates form and content, image and concept, which it is no coincidence that the name – hood – suggests a double function. The hood is an ancient and at the same time urban symbol; it protects and frames the face but can hide, deny dialogue and confrontation. The impact is strong, all played on the edge of contrast: the three dimensions seem to recite the two-dimensional geometry of the design, the chromatic superimposition does not divide but complements, the tension is not soothed but stabilized. Clarissa is a dynamic relaxation armchair, ready to snap but willing to rest, to temporarily suspend activities. A combination of competition and collaboration, of provocation and aesthetics.

Injected flame retardant foam with internal steel structure. Base in varnished oak.